Games for Street Parties
Masters Games can help make your street party a resounding success. Aside from bunting, cakes and hats, every street party has to have a good selection of exciting games to play. Games allow the children have fun whilst the adults socialise - or alternatively, the adults can have fun and the children can run riot!
We've put together an excellent selection of games that should be perfect for any street party - no instructions needed and reasonably robust - so you can scatter them around for people to have a go at.
Take turns to remove the wooden bricks from the stack and replace them on the top. The tension mounts until finally the inevitable happens and the stack tumbles down! We have probably the best range of Jenga and premium Giant Tower games available
The old pub classic works well at most events. If a person hasn't done it before, they'll need to be shown how to swing the ball and told that 3 swings constitutes a turn, but apart from that it is simplicity itself
Table Football is great fun for grown-ups and children. We have football tables suitable for pubs and events- check out our party football table suitable for 6 players !
You might think that this would be a bit too serious for a party but large sets are incredibly eye-catching and it's astonishing how a Giant Chess set attracts a bevy of enthusiasts with adults, children and spectators all getting involved.
Our Giant 4 in a Row range is ideal for parties, events and the back garden. Take turns to drop counters in at the top and be the first to get four in a row diagonally, vertically or horizontally.
Get tangled up with Twister and the giant-size Get Knotted. Always fun at events and parties and suitable for a range of ages.
This is a giant version of the modern classic table top game in which you pull out the straws but try not to let the balls fall to the bottom!
Giant Snakes & Ladders, where the players ARE the counters! There are a couple of optional additional twists that add to the enjoyment.
The straight-forward game with a single stake is great fun especially if you play the version where a 'ringer' cancels out the opponents 'ringers' underneath... The 'Cross Quoits' multi-stake games are less skillful and recommended more for young children